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Labour group apologise after 'Keir Starmer did a poo' tweet

Labour group apologise after 'Keir Starmer did a poo' tweet

01 October 2020

A Labour Party group has apologised after an immature post was shared on social media saying their party's leader "did a poo".

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Councils take back control of 17,000 homes

Councils take back control of 17,000 homes

01 October 2020

Four councils have taken over the management of thousands of homes previously run by a scandal-hit firm.

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Kent's biggest theatre announces panto will go ahead

Kent's biggest theatre announces panto will go ahead

01 October 2020

A major theatre has revealed surprise plans for a socially distanced pantomime - after scrapping its annual festive show due to the pandemic.

Surgeon fears rise in cancer deaths due to Covid concerns

Surgeon fears rise in cancer deaths due to Covid concerns

01 October 2020

A Kent surgeon fears a rise in cancer deaths as shocking figures reveal there have been 4,000 fewer referrals at one hospital trust amid the pandemic.

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Home destroyed as roof goes up in flames

Home destroyed as roof goes up in flames

01 October 2020

A derelict bungalow has been destroyed in a blaze which police are deeming as suspicious.

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Mystery after stick insect found at home

Mystery after stick insect found at home

30 September 2020

A couple were left baffled after they discovered an unusual critter on their garage door.

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Wild goose chase for four-year-old Freddie

Wild goose chase for four-year-old Freddie

30 September 2020

A frantic search for a goose which went missing in a "fox hotspot" had a happy ending when the bedraggled bird finally waddled home.

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'I've sold £50m worth of books at my shop'

'I've sold £50m worth of books at my shop'

27 September 2020

Waterstones' longest-serving manager has told of visits from famous authors such as JK Rowling during his 35 years at a Kent store.

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Man arrested after double stabbing at holiday park

Man arrested after double stabbing at holiday park

25 September 2020

A man in his 30s has been arrested on suspicion of assault after two people were stabbed at a popular coastal caravan park.

Mum's horror at mouldy Aldi orange juice

Mum's horror at mouldy Aldi orange juice

24 September 2020

A disgusted mum fears her children could have ended up in hospital after discovering slug-like mould in a carton of orange juice.

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'Dustmen took my bin - and said pick it up in Fiesta'

'Dustmen took my bin - and said pick it up in Fiesta'

24 September 2020

Refuse collectors drove off with a pensioner's wheelie bin - before telling her to retrieve it in the back of her car.

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Two stabbed at holiday park

Two stabbed at holiday park

21 September 2020

Police are investigating after two men were injured at a popular caravan park.

Shop damaged by suspicious blaze

Shop damaged by suspicious blaze

21 September 2020

A high street shop has been damaged by a suspicious fire which is now being investigated by police.

‘We need speed camera to catch reckless drivers’

‘We need speed camera to catch reckless drivers’

20 September 2020

Residents are calling for a speed camera to be installed on a road dubbed one of Britain’s most dangerous - amid ongoing safety revamps.

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Flood alert in force

Flood alert in force

19 September 2020

There's a warning a higher than normal tide could cause flooding in the early hours.

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Coastal grammar still on cards despite funding setback

Coastal grammar still on cards despite funding setback

19 September 2020

A head teacher and MP are refusing to give up hope of building a grammar school site on the coast – despite failing to secure funding.

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D.I. Wine? Bar bid for hardware store revealed

D.I. Wine? Bar bid for hardware store revealed

19 September 2020

Developers are hoping to hammer out an agreement to transform an empty DIY store into a wine bar.

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'I want families to have what we didn't... hope'

'I want families to have what we didn't... hope'

19 September 2020

The grandfather of a little boy who died from a rare brain tumour no child survives, has told how he is determined to raise awareness of the disease.

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'£150 charge to enter the sea'

'£150 charge to enter the sea'

18 September 2020

A council has sparked anger by unveiling plans to charge people to launch boats and jet skis off its seaside ramps.

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Plumber feeling flush after van sign proves hit

Plumber feeling flush after van sign proves hit

18 September 2020

A plumbing firm says business has flooded in since it started using quirky van signage.

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